New York rapper 50 Cent always makes sure to weigh-in on the hot topics. The hip-hop veteran has come forward to share his thoughts on on-again, off-again pal Floyd Mayweather Jr.‘s daughter Iyanna, who’s landed in handcuffs over allegedly stabbing rap star NBA YoungBoy‘s baby mother.
Fif didn’t waste any time giving his take on the headline-generating incident. 50 went to Instagram Saturday to admit Floyd’s mini-me is always down to rumble.
“ya ya is not having it 😆” -50 Cent’s Instagram
According to reports, the bust went down early Saturday morning. Floyd’s mini-me Iyanna landed a felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon charge.
Iyanna Mayweather is currently in Houston’s Harris County jail after getting arrested at 1:30 AM Saturday. Law enforcement sources tell TMZ, the alleged victim and NBA Youngboy were at his home when Iyanna arrived and told the woman, Lapattra Lashai Jacobs, she was Youngboy’s fiancee and Jacobs should leave the house. Jacobs then told Iyanna to leave. (TMZ)
Wait, There’s More
Reports also claim an initial argument turned intense between Iyanna and NBA YoungBoy’s baby mother. Floyd’s daughter is accused of holding two knives:
According to our sources, Jacobs stepped toward Iyanna and Iyanna charged at her with one of the knives. Jacobs told cops she didn’t feel the first knife wound but then she said Iyanna charged at her with the second knife, stabbing her again. When EMTs arrived, Jacobs was laying on the floor. She was taken to the hospital. We do not know her condition. (TMZ)
Before You Go
Last year, NBA YoungBoy raised eyebrows after seemingly going at his boo with a hard-hitting “Dirty Iyanna” diss record. Despite appearing to throw shade, the couple later joked about its content on social media.
“Might have to gas all my cars/Don’t come out after dark/I see she won’t leave me alone/She sliced the tires on my car,” the Baton Rouge rapper says in the song, nodding to his past allegations that Iyanna slashed his tires. The single also arrived with a video, showing a woman sneaking around to do the same thing. (Revolt TV)